Acer griseum is one of our favourites! Acer griseum is a simply stunning small, slow growing deciduous tree which produces paper-thin curls of cinnamon bark on the trunk and main branches. These will become translucent in the light. The leaves turn a stunning red-orange in the autumn. Acer griseum has an eventual height of 8-12m and spread…Read More
Acer campestre is a native British Field Maple. It has five-lobed leaves which turn a rich gold and sometimes red in the autumn. It is a very reliable tree with an eventual height of approximately 20ft. Acer campestre is adaptable to most conditions and is one of the last trees to produce its autumn colour.
Acer campestre ‘Carnival’. This is also known as the variegated Field Maple. It is a tree with attractive variegated green, pink and white leaves. Small green flowers. Acer campestre ‘Carnival’ is a hardy, deciduous tree.
Acer davidii is an attractive tree with green and white streaked bark. Mid green leaves turning orange and yellow in the autumn.
Acer davidii is a very good medium sized tree with wonderfully interesting bark. The trunk and main branchwork of the tree is lined with green and white markings giving it the snake bark effect.
Acer platanoides ‘Crimson King’ is a deciduous, medium sized tree. It has large 5 lobed-leaves which are a deep purple\crimson in the summer. Acer platanoides ‘Crimson King’ produces yellow flowers in the spring. It has a vigorous growth habit, with an eventual height of between 8-12m.
Acer platanoides ‘Drummondii’ is a deciduous tree with an eventual height of between 12-17m. Its main feature is the magnificent variegated green and creamy white foliage. It has yellow flowers in the spring. Acer platanoides ‘Drummondii’ is happy on most soils, and can tolerate air pollution. It requires plenty of space to reach its full growth potential.
Acer platanoides ‘Princeton Gold’ is a medium sized deciduous tree. It produces clusters of small yellow flowers in the spring, which are followed by bright striking golden yellow leaves in spring and summer. Later in the year, it will produce seeds. It is a resilient, hardy tree. It can tolerate most soil types and can cope with pollution.
Acer pseudoplatanus ‘Brilliantissimum’ is a slow growing small tree of the sycamore family. It is known for its stunning salmon pink young foliage which appears in the spring. This turns yellow then dark green in late summer. Acer pseudoplatanus ‘Brilliantisimum’ is an ideal tree for a small garden. It is best planted in a sheltered position…Read More
Acer pseudoplatanus ‘Simon-Louis Freres’ is a small, variegated slow growing tree of the Sycamore family. The young foliage will appear salmon pink, which will turn to green with cream hues in the summer. The mostly three lobed leaves turn golden and bronze in the autumn. Acer pseudoplatanus ‘Simon-Louis Freres’ is a very tough tree. It will grow happily…Read More